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The Pompano


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Pompano Beach Street
Closings on Dec. 2,2004
for Yuletide Parade
From 5:30 pm 8:30 p.m. Riverside
Drive from NE 7th Street to Atlantic
From 6 9 p.m. Atlantic Blvd, Fed-
eral Highway to the east will be closed
in both directions
The City municipal parking lot will
be closed all day.


November27,2004 Pompano Beach Lighthouse Point Lauderdale-By-The-Sea
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Volume XII, Issue 44


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Saturday, November 27, 2004


Young Jake Andrews to offer a gift of song


at Lighthouse A'Glow celebration, Dec. 8


By Paul Proia
PELICAN WRITER
One of the busiest kids at
Christmas will be performing
at Lighthouse A'Glow in
Lighthouse Point on Dec. 8.
Lighthouse Point's Jake
Andrews, now in his fourth
year as a member of the
Florida Singing Sons Boys
Choir, will be singing as a
member of the second so-
prano unit.
Andrews began his career
with the Singing Sons as a
third grader competing
against several hundred
applicants to join the organi-
zation.
"They put us in a room
and the director started a beat
and had us sing along. They
ended up taking the kids who
sounded the best for the types
of songs they wanted to sing,"
said Andrews.
Now a straight-A student
at Crystal Lake Middle
School where he's in the
magnet science and engineer-
ing technology program,
Andrews has progressed
through the Singing Sons
program graduating from the
Training and Residence choirs
to the Concert and now
Chamber Choir.
"When we started, we sang
maybe three songs and all of


us sang the melody", says
Andrews. "Now, we do fifty
or more songs in four-part
harmony."
This past summer,
Andrews and his singing
partners went to Prague in the
Czech Republic. It was a
difficult trip for the family, in
part because of the expense
involved, but also because his
father, Rick, had recently


Lighthouse
A'Glow

What: A L'igjthliousc
Point Fainnil Glatlhering
When: Dec. 8
t:30 to 8:30 p.m..
Where: Frank
A l-Donouhli Park
Cost: Free, but the ',ent
ora,17nier ask that 1all
Iarticipalts, donate nJ'i(,
uiitn'raipeid toi/- for
the LHP Fire
Departmienlt's Annu .1 al
Toly Drive.
Weather Alert: Snow
is expected.

Cookies, Hot
Chocolate & Goodies
included.


Andrews knows his days are
numbered, so he's taking
advantage of every opportu-
nity. Once his voice changes,
he'll have to transfer to a
different organization. Right
now, however, he focuses on
his performing and is ready-


Jake Andrews will be one of the high-
lights of the Lighthouse Point "Light-
house Aglow," Dec. 8 at 6:30 p.m.

been diagnosed with cancer.
His mother, Venus, ran a
fundraiser through Kids Play
Town, a business she owns
and operates in Lighthouse
Point. "We wouldn't have
been able to do this without
the help of a number of
wonderful people here in
Lighthouse Point," she says.
Jake decided to go and
continue in the program, in
part, because his father loves
to hear him sing.
Venus says, "He sounds
like an angel."
The Singing Sons have a
rigorous schedule. They
practice three days a week for
more than two hours each
session, and perform as many
as eight events per month.


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Sightings

A weekly calendar of
events for the communities of
Lighthouse Point, Pompano
Beach and Lauderdale-By-
The-Sea. Please fax informa-
tion to 954-783-0093
COMPILED BY SARA LEE
ESLEECK

ARTS
"Twas The Night Before
Christmas" presented by Sol
Children's Theatre Troupe
Inc. will be Dec. 10 through
Dec. 18. Friday at 7 p.m. and
Saturday at 1 p.m. and 7 p.m.
at Sikes Hall at the Methodist
Church, 210 N.E. 3rd St.,
Pompano Beach. $8 general
admission and $5 children (11
and younger). Reservations
suggested. Call 954-420-0787
or email
* SolChildTroupe@aol.com.
Cash/personal check at the
door.
CRAFT SHOWS
Holiday Craft Show and
Yard Sale hosted by Pom-
pano Beach High School will
be Dec. 3 from 6 to 8 p.m.
and Dec. 4 from 9 a.m. to 4
p.m. at 600 N.E. 13th Ave.,
Pompano Beach. There are
spaces available. Arts and
Crafts Indoor Space, Outside
Undercover Space and Yard
Sale Outside Undercover. Call
954-782-7650.
St. Elizabeth of Hungary
Men's Club Annual Christ-
mas Bazaar will be Dec. 4
from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and
Dec. 5 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
at the Parish Hall, 901 N.E.
33rd St., Pompano Beach.
Fantastic Food, Arts, Crafts -
Call 954-941-8117.
Holiday Bazaar spon-
sored by the Senior Class of
Highlands Christian Academy
will be Dec. 4 from 8 a.m. to
3 p.m. at 501 N.E. 48th St.,
Pompano Beach. Giant yard
sale, free car wash, arts and
crafts sales, food, drinks
games for the kids and much
more. Call 954-661-4935.
Annual Craft Fair and
Bake Sale hosted by Trinity
United Methodist Church will
be Dec. 4 from 9 a.m. to 3
p.m. and Dec. 5 from 10 a.m.
to 1 p.m. at 3001 N.E. 22nd
Ave., Lighthouse Point.
Homemade Crafts, Bake Sale,
Trash & Treasures and Used
Jewelry. Call 954-941-8033.
Christmas Arts and
SCraft Show sponsored by the
Women's Assoc. of The
Community Church of
Lauderdale By The Sea will
be Dec. 11 from 9 a.m. to 4
p.m. at the church, 4433
Bougainvillea Dr., LBTS. All
items crafted by the best area
crafters and artisans. Home-
made baked goods sale.

Continued on page 9


A'Glow
Continued from page 2


Singing Sons Boys Choir at
Lighthouse A'Glow, which
takes place on the evening of


-Wednesday, Dec. 8 at Frank
McDonough Park in Light-
house Point.
In addition to the Singing
Sons, residents can see Santa
Claus arrive on a Fire Engine
and watch Mayor Fred Schorr
light the city's Christmas
Tree.
The Christmas Tree was
provided by Campbell and
Rosemurgy. According to
Kiku Martinson, director of
Real Estate at the Campbell
and Rosemurgy office,
located near the Lighthouse
Point Marina, this was an
opportunity for Campbell and
Rosemurgy to show the city
that it was dedicated to the
neighborhood for the long
term. So, it signed a ten-year
agreement to provide the
city's Christmas Tree for the
Lighthouse A'Glow ceremo-
nies.


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The city celebrates Yuletide on Atlantic Dec. 2!


It's an enchanted evening for children of all ages


By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF

It takes a city, sponsoring
businesses and countless
volunteers to make this free
parade and holiday party the
fun start of the holidays for
Pompano Beach children and
families. Chairman, Tim
Tracey, Park District, says,
"Yuletide started out as a
small, one block parade. It
keeps growing and now we
have a full fledged parade and
party that delights everyone in
the city. It's a great way to
kick off the festive season and
it couldn't be done without
the help of hundreds of
volunteers and sponsors."
Anne Hollady, chairman
of the parade committee, is
thrilled to have coaching
legend, Howard
Schnellenberger of Florida
Atlantic University, head up
the event as Grand Marshal.
She says, "He has been a
generous supporter and
inspiration to our and other
communities in which many
of our young children have
benefited. It's an honor to
have this football icon join
our.event."
Volunteers come from the
Kiwanis, local high schools
and the community. They
work their magic up front and
behind the scenes.


Making a
. Difference
Phyllis J.
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This year, Penny Whipple
who works full time and her
helper,
Maureen
Burroughs, See
round up related
and dress story on
24 theme page 5
characters
including a
new shark and peter pan
group! Whipple says, "At
least 10 of us, will pay a
daytime visit to children at
Bright Horizons, Broward
Children's Home and Pom-
pano Elementary. You know I
started out 17 years ago,
playing one of the characters
myself. It's a big job, but I
love doing it."
And this is the seventh
year that Sally Holderness
has turned the McNab Park


shuffleboard club house into a
Santa House that's pure magic
to children of all ages. This
year her assistant is her own
19 year old daughter, Eliza-
beth Sizemore, who says,
"Mom, whenever this job is
too much for you, I'll take


over." Sally's not ready for
that, but admits "It takes two
Full weeks of hard work to
create this spectacular setting.
It gets me into the Christmas
mood every year. And when I
see those little faces light up,
it's worth every moment I
spent."
Lori Chandler is the
volunteer who lines up the
Parade participants and later
photographs the event for
posterity. Then she moves
over to the park and sets up .
the Shark Tooth Search which
will entice between 400 and


HO! HO!
HO!
The Atlantic Boulevard
holiday traffic jam was
caused by elves, reindeer
and Santa Claus. This year
the same group, with a
few extra, will make
Yuletide on Atlantic
happen again. [Photos
courtesy of the Pompano
w Beach Parks and Recre-
ation Department]

500 children and adults to
start digging. Chandler says,
"My husband, Ed, and sons,
Conrad and Marshall love
being part of the parade. Our
boys actually started the shark
teeth dig which we happily
donate to this and other civic
events. We encourage other
families to get involved and
have fun helping as we do."
Don Larson will be Santa
for the sixth year. "I was Bert
in the Bert and Ernie team of

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Boaters should read a
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Take the advice of Bro-
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Yuletide On Atlantic kicks off on Dec. 2 with

Grand Marshal, FAU Coach Howard Schnellenberger


By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
Pompano Beach scores a
touch down with legendary
coach, Howard
Schnellenberger, leading the
2004 Yuletide on Atlantic
Celebration as Grand Mar-
shal. Schnellenberger will join
Vice Mayor Pat Larkins to
light up the night with the
city's Christmas tree. "I'm
honored and thrilled to
represent the F.A.U. [Florida
Atlantic University] team. I'll
be joined by some members
of the team and cheer leaders
who will be happy to chat and
autograph."
It all happens on Thursday
at 6:30 p.m. on Dec. 2! The
SHoliday Parade, with over


Drive to McNab Park. Little
eyes will grow big at the sight
of seasonal floats, Santa,
Billy, the Marlin, Matt and
Nat, Ely High School Choir,
S gand the Goodyear Blimp
S cruising overhead. Tree lights
will brighten the sky and hot
dogs, cookies, and soft drinks

SThere'll be visits and photos
with Santa in his Santa house
and games galore in the park.
Children can trade canned
goods and used eyeglasses for
Howard Schnellenberger of Florida a chance to win a bike and
Atlantic University,heads uptheevent know that the cans and the
as Grand Marshal of the Yuletide on
Atlantic parade and festivities. eyeglasses will go to people
who need them. The folks can
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The newspaper of Pompano Beach, Lighthouse Point and Lauderdale-By-The Sea
ESTABLISHED 1993
Volume XII, Issue 44
Founding Editor and Publisher
Anne Hanby Siren
News Paul Proia
Graphics: Rachel Ramirez Windsheimer
Bookkeeper: Dottie Hilborn
Editorial Assistants: Annette Greenburg, Lois Baker
Contributing Writers: Phyllis J. Neuberger, Tom Greene,
Donna Torrey, Joseph Pittelli
Account Executives: Paul Shroads and Marianne Miccoli
Special Office Assistant: Cathy Siren
The Pompano Pelican is published weekly on Saturdays
Street Address: 1500-A E. Atlantic Blvd., Pompano Beach, FL 33060
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Boaters Must Heed


Manatee Restrictions

By BSO Dep. Sam Lapinsky
GUEST COMMENTARY

The Broward Sheriff's Office Marine Unit reminds all vessel opera-
tors that Nov.15 marked the start of manatee restrictions on the Intrac-
oastal Waterway.
These restrictions are in effect on weekendsthrough March 31.
Regulatory signs are posted at the beginning and end of restricted
zones.
Very often, the vessel is past the sign before the operator under-
stands the restrictions be-
cause so much information is
posted. When a Marine Unit glP--
deputy stops a vessel violat-
ing the posted restriction the
operator usually recites one
line that he or she read as
they passed the sign. Some
operators only see the 15"
maximum wake and others
only read the 25 miles per '
hour maximum speed restric- '. -
tion.
The most prominent -
regulation on the sign is
"Slow Speed Minimum
Wake." This means that
between the indicated dates -
and times, vessels operating
in the restricted manatee zone
will be proceeding with the vessel fully settled in the water, producing
minimum or no wake. When proceeding at "slow speed." a vessel's
bow is not plowing. Frequently, the message "Slow Speed 50' From
Shore" is not read or understood.
The last piece of information included on the sign states "15 Inch
Maximum Wake." This restriction is meant to apply at all times, in
slow speed zones, and also when the maximum speed is 25 miles per
hour. Smaller vessels traveling with the bow raised, just before the
hull rises above the water and planes (plowing), can create a large
damaging wake. The "15 Inch Maximum Wake" restriction is also
designed to prevent larger vessels that can create large damaging wakes
from proceeding at high speed, with no regard for other boater's safety
or the property damage they may cause.
When a regulatory sign states "25 Miles Per Hour" it does not mean
in all situations. Safety must always be considered. A boat operator is
always responsible for the wake created by his vessel.
Also, if there happens to be a disabled vessel, a seawall construction


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crew, or even a law enforcement vessel conducting vessel stops,
operators are required to slow down so that no damage or injury is
caused by the wake created by the passing vessel.
There are often divers working on seawalls along the ICW. At
times these divers are working between construction barges and the
sea wall. There is tremendous potential for injury and property damage
when vessel operators are not aware of what is going on around them.
Please remember, a little courtesy goes a long way. After all, everyone
is out on the water to have fun and relax. If everyone extends a little
courtesy, and-operates their vessels safely, we all benefit.
There are two additional issues brought to the attention of the
Broward Sheriffs Office Marine Unit that might be of interest to
residents who live west of Federal Highway in Pompano Beach.
There was a long standing problem regarding contradicting regula-
tory speed zone signs posted for certain canals west of Federal High-
way and Lake Santa Barbara. Previously when traveling west from the
ICW through Lake Santa Barbara, the regulatory signs advised "Idle
Speed No Wake."
Vessels traveling from the area west of Federal Highway to the
ICW were directed to travel at "Slow Speed Minimum Wake." Al-
though the difference between these designations is minimal, it created
confusion for vessel operators transiting .the area.
Another problem brought to BSO'S attention was the lack of regu-
latory signs in the areas west of Federal Highway, particularly on the
Pompano and Cypress Canals. After the Florida Inland Navigation
District [FIND] was alerted to these concerns by BSO, they surveyed
the situation and agreed to post additional signs, and to remove any
that were not in conformance with the "Slow Speed Manatee Zone"
signs that will be placed in these areas. These new signs will be placed
on both sides of the Federal Highway, McNab Rd., Cypress Rd., and
SE. 11 Ave. bridges.
Please remember that a vessel proceeding at "slow speed" is fully
settled in the water, producing minimum or no wake. This designation
is approximately one or two hundred revolutions per minute faster that
what an engine would be turning when in an "Idle Speed No Wake"
zone.
A vessel is not plowing when proceeding at slow speed. All feeder
(smaller) canals that connect to the ICW, the Pompano, and Cypress
canals are designated as "Idle Speed No Wake" zones. A vessel pro-
ceeding at no wake is traveling at the minimum speed necessary to
maintain control of the vessel. Ideally, this would be with the engine
throttle all the way back, and the engine idling. If there is no oppos-
ing current, there should be no wake following the vessel as it moves
through the water.
Please be aware of the potential dangers caused by inattention to
prevailing conditions. Avoid distractions, particularly when the
waterways are congested. Please feel free to ask any marine unit
deputy for the 2005 Safe Boating Guide published by the Marine
Industries Association of South Florida.
Inside this pamphlet you will find important safety information, and
contact information for organizations that teach safe boating courses,
recommended for all new vessel operators.
Operators under 21 years of age are required to attend one of these
courses and obtain a Boater ID card before operating any vessel with a
motor over 15 horsepower. Persons under 21 are required to carry the
boater ID card and a picture ID when operating any vessel in the State
of Florida. If you need more information, please look for us at the
Alsdorf Park boat ramp located at NE. 14 St. and the ICW in Pompano
Beach, out on the water patrolling, or contact the Broward Sheriff's
Office District 11 Marine Unit at 954-786-4200.



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Continued from page 3

Holiday Craft Fair and
Silent Auction hosted by
McNab Elementary School
will be Dec. 11 from 8 to
11:30 a.m. at 1350 N.E. 9th
Ave., Pompano Beach. Call
754-322-7050.
EVENTS
FOOD FOR FINES The
Lighthouse Point Library will
accept non-perishable canned
foods or packaged food in
lieu of library fines through
November. The food will be
donated local food banks.
Call 954-946-6398.
Holiday Concert The
Spire Series of the First
Presbyterian Church of
Pompano Beach will be Nov.
28 at 4 p.m. The Chancel
Choir of the Pink Church,
* effri Bantz, conductor, Mark
Jones, organist, Soloists and
Orchestra. The church is
located at 2331 N.E., 26th
Ave. 954-941-2308, ext. 23.
Jungle Queen Dixieland
Jazz Cruise hosted by The
Hot Jazz & Alligator Gumbo
Society will be Nov. 28 from
1 to 4:30 p.m. Bring your own
snacks and drinks. Coolers
permitted aboard. For tickets
and information call 561-369-
7660 or 954-563-5390.


Continued on page 10


Yuletide

Continued from page 5

countless volunteers.
Star of the Event,
Howard
Schnellenberger
The head football coach at
FAU [Florida Atlantic
University] is the event's
Grand Marshal. A legend in
his time, Schnellenberger has
been part of four collegiate
national championships.
His 1983 Miami Hurri-
canes won the school's first
title defeating Nebraska in the
50th anniversary Orange
Bowl. He was offensive
coordinator for Paul 'Bear'
Bryant at Alabama when the
Crimson Tide won champion-
ships in 1961, 1964 and '65.
He is one of only 10 active
collegiate head coaches who
has won a national title.
Schnellenberger joined the
FAU staff in 1998, built a
football team from scratch,
and that team now holds the
record for the fastest startup
program to earn a Division 1-
A victory and the fastest
program to reach the Division
1-AA play-offs.
This feat earned
Schnellenberger the title,
Sports Network South Coach
of the Year 2003.
Schnellenberger has been
part of seven NFL playoff
teams and was part of two
Super Bowl championship


Yuletide on Atlantic

Sponsored by: City of Pompano Beach
and the Yuletide on Atlantic
Committee invite all of its residents,
young and old, to enjoy this season's
treat!
Holiday Celebration Grand Marshal:
FAU Coach Howard Schnellenberger
When: Thursday, December 2,2004 from 6:30-9:30
Where: Holiday Parade on East Atlantic Boulevard from Riverside
Drive to NcNab Park
Admission: Free
Trade canned goods and used eyeglasses for a chance to win a bike.
(Cans and eyeglasses will be donated to those in need).


staffs. He has been part of
nine bowl games, winning a
Peach, Orange, Fiesta and
Liberty Bowl.
Asked if there was an
underlying theme to explain
his success, he replied, "To
believe is to be strong and that
thought works for every
challenge."
Does he have any advice
for youngsters suiting up for
football? "Indeed I do,"
Schnellenberger says. "Foot-
ball is a wonderful experi-
ence. It means team above
self. In order to pursue college
level football, be prepared to
do well in the academic
world. The competition is
getting keener physically and
academically."


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Located in Pompano Beach's historic downtown, one
block north and east of the Atlanic Boulevard and Dixie
Highway intersection, the Green Market will be open
every Saturday though April 30,2005 (with te exceptions
of Christmas and New Year's Day). Hours are 8:00 AM
to 1:00 PM. Admission and parking are free.

The second season will open with more vendors selling
a greater variety of fruits, vegetables, baked goods
plants and other natural itemn Prepared foods and
beverages will also be available

A great new addition to the Green Market will be the
Pelican Cafe. This special area will feature gourmet
teas and coffee as well as a relaxed seating area, with
a variety ofnewspapers What a great way to further
enjoy the Green Marketl

Naturally, We'll have live musical entertainment every
Saturday, as well as a special theme each week. From
art to antiques, and from gardening to history, you'll
find every Green Market a unique and entertaining
event

So make plans to be at the Green Market opening.
Official opening ceremonies are at 10:30 AM, but
every minute, from 800 AM to losing, will be well
worth your while.
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BRIEFS

Big tree give-away

set for Dec. 6

The City of Pompano Beach
in conjunction with Broward
County is giving away more free
trees!
Broward County will give
away 2,500 trees to area resi-
dents.
Residents can get their free
trees at the Pompano Beach
Public Works Department Trans-
fer Station, located at 1400 N.E.
3rd Ave. on Dec. 6 to Dec. 10,
from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. and on
Saturday, Dec. 11 from 8 a.m.
until noon.
Tree varieties available include
Silver Buttonwoods, Gumbo
Limbo, Live Oak, Mango, and Pink
Tabebuia.
There are no City of Pompano
Beach residency requirements in
order to receive a free tree.
However, proof of Broward
County residency will be required
to claim your tree.

Friends of library

hold annual Book

sale and White

Elephant Fair

Dec.3-4

Mark the calendar for Dec. 3
and 4 when the Friends of the
Library hold its big, used book
and white elephant sale. This
fund raiser helps the Friends of
the Library finance monthly
programs and provide a few
extras to the city libraries for
needs not in the budget.
The public gets a chance to
donate those used books stacked
up in a corner and at the same
time acquire a bunch of new
titles to be enjoyed all winter.
Last year, one early bird who
showed up with a shopping.bag
full of books to donate said,
"This is what I call the way to
enjoy affordable reading. I get
rid of the books we've read and
bring in a whole new supply for
the family."
The sale takes place in the
auditorium of the main library,
1213 E. Atlantic Boulevard. from 9
a.m. until 4 p.m. Friday and Satur-
day, December 4 and 5.


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Pompano native, Grey Webb, sold on and

selling property in historic St. Augustine


By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
There are those who are turned off
by the population explosion, growtli,
congestion and traffic of South
Florida. "I remember when we were
just a small town with an agriculture
history and an uncluttered beach
front," says Grey Webb who is a true
native, born and raised in Pompano
Beach.
Even more than deep roots, Webb
has an active business history with this
city. "My parents opened Mary
Webb's, a clothing store at 301 E.
Atlantic Boulevard in old Pompano
way back in 1946," he pauses for a
moment and continues. "We even had
a branch in Oceanside Shopping
Center which I hear is now leveled.
I have served as a city commis-
sioner, past President of the Chamber
of Commerce and the Pompano Beach
Rotary. When we closed the stores in
the late 80s, I became a broker associ-
ate with Balistreri ."
It was in 1993 that he and his wife
decided his birthplace was becoming a
little too 'big city hectic' for them.
After checking out many places more
in keeping with their desires, they
settled on St. Augustine. "In 1998, we
bought a lot in Pelican Reef overlook-
ing a Florida marsh with a fine view
of the city and the intracoastal water-
way. We built a custom home to our
taste and are enjoying what we think
is a true. Florida lifestyle."
St. Augustine, a city of about
60,000, is surrounded by a metropoli-
tan area of 150,000. Webb is affiliated
as a broker/associate with Watson
Realty which he says, "with 41
offices, it's a major player in North-
east Florida. I am selling property in
and around St. Augustine and I feel
that some Pompano Beach residents
could be as happy here as we are. And
that's why I am reaching out to
prospective buyers in South Florida.
St. Augustine as a great place for a
second home or an investment in the
future."
Webb claims St. Augustine is a
very hot investment area. "We are
enjoying rapid appreciation in real
estate here even though we still have
ocean view homes available in the low
$400,000s and oceanside condos from
the high $100,000s. Inland properties
can be had in the mid one hundreds."
He cites some of the advantages of
living in St. Augustine, the oldest city
in the United States. "It's filled with
southern charm, American history and
has weather very similar to Pompano


Rediscovering the old Florida lifestyle


Shirley Robertson, formerly of Fort Lauderdale, admires her newly purchased waterfront
lot in St. Augustine. Grey Webb, broker associate with Watson Realty, helped her find
this perfect spot for the house of her dreams.


Beach with ocean breezes in the
summer.
One can have a quieter lifestyle
here and still enjoy the amenities of
fine restaurants and diversified
culture."
He continues with his near rave
review. "We have one of Florida's top
rated school systems and we're just 30
minutes from downtown Jacksonville
and one hour to the Jacksonville
airport."
He couldn't resist reminding


readers that Jacksonville will be the
home of the 2005 Super Bowl. "Even
the job market is attractive with
Grumman Aviation here and all of the
Jacksonville employment in industry
and services. Many of our permanent
residents work in Jacksonville, but
come home to this charming, seaside,
historic city."
For more information, visit Webb
at greywebb.com or call 904-540-
6645.


Curtain Call presents
A Christmas Carol


The ageless tale of pride and avarice,
greed and lost love comes to the Pom-
pano Beach Civic Center, 1801 NE 6
St., Dec. 4 at 7 p.m. and Dec. 5 at 2 p.m.
Based on the Victorian novel by Charles
Dickens, "A Christmas Carol" production
will include snow, carols and an evening of
holiday theater.
Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for chil-
dren. Call 954-784-0768.


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Continued from page 4
characters on parade, but I
yearned to play Santa," he
says. "And now that I am
Santa, it makes my Christmas
every year. Seeing the joy on
each child's face is heart
warming. I come from a
family with nine children and
Christmas was always so
special. At Yuletide, I give
coloring books and crayons,
but I assure the children that I
will bring more gifts and toys
on Christmas Eve if they are
good little boys and girls."
Larson, who is a retired
Chevrolet truck salesman,
now manages a 33 unit
apartment complex. "I invite
everyone to drive by 320 S.E.
11th Avenue where this Santa
lives. It's all trimmed up and
is a "must-see" at Christmas
time. By the way, we all
appreciate Tim Tracey and
Ann Hollady who put in
incredible time and effort to
make this event the success it
is."
And let's not forget the
sponsors who underwrite the
event. Some of the biggest
donors are Forest Lawn,
Frank Furman, A-Excellent
Air Conditioning, Sea world
Seafood Distributors, G.T.
Builders, Keith & Associates,
Miami Subs which donates
8,000 cups and all of the
Nathan's Hot Dogs. Profes-
sional Concessions, Inc.
donates soft drinks and ice.
Gigs Up donates the sound


system. The many other
generous contributors will be
listed in The Pompano
Pelican Newspaper after the
event.
Chris Sisto, recreational
supervisor and parade com-
mittee member says, "It's
going to be a wonderful
parade with over 100 partici-
pants including Billy, the
Marlin, Matt and Nat enter-
tainers, Ely High School
Choir and even the Goodyear
Blimp will be cruising
overhead. Vice Mayor Pat
Larkins and Grand Marshal
Schnellenberger will light the
city's Christmas tree.
.Park activities include a
bounce house, slides, orga-
nized games, photos and visits
with Santa in the Christmas
House."
Children are encouraged to


bring canned goods or used
eyeglasses which can be
traded for raffle tickets and
the chance to win a children's
bicycle. The canned goods
and eyeglasses will be
donated to the needy.
Raffle tickets will be sold
for the chance to win a
Goodyear Blimp Ride for
four, golf pass for four or two
amphitheater tickets to the
concert of choice.
All money raised goes to
next year's Yuletide celebra-
tion. Thanks to Grand Mar-
shal Schnellenberger, the
city, the generous sponsors
and all of the behind the
scenes volunteers who
weren't named, but helped
make the 2004 Pompano
Beach Yuletide Parade on
Atlantic an event to remem-
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It's That Time!
By Donna Torrey
GARDEN WRITER

I don't know how it
happened but it's Holiday
time!
If it weren't for my
"Yesterday, Today, and
Tomorrow" bush full of buds
and blooms, I would still
think it was September.
Where the time goes is a
great mystery, but its passing
is always a reason for us
humans to celebrate.
Our seasonal changes are
subtle here, but in a delicate
and sophisticated way, they


I GARDEN LIFE


allow us to enjoy their tales.
One way we acknowledge
the season is through our
fruiting trees; Carambolas,
Bananas and alas, the remnant
of our beloved citrus. They
are a continual blessing year
after year.
If you don't have at least
one, it's time to make the
decision to plant a fruit tree
that you truly enjoy eating.
Nothing is more uplifting
than harvesting your own
tasty and nutritious treasures.
This year, more than ever, we
will be celebrating life itself
and the simple, yet rewarding
qualities of the natural world
around us.
If you have a Bay Rum
tree, you can pick leaves and
simmer them on the stove for
a smell that can only say
"holidays", wonderfully
spicy, clean and refreshing.
This is a remarkably beautiful
tree that would be a perfect
addition to anyone's land-
scape, growing in sun or
shade, only reaching about 20
feet, with glossy oval leaves


and a columnar shape. Its
cousin, the Allspice is equally
nice.
Yesterday, today and
tomorrow, (Brunfelsia
pauciflora), is another excel-
lent harbinger of the seasons.
It is a shrub reaching about 8
feet, that grows in sun to
partial shade, and has a round
but tidy habit.
It provides a great visual
screen for half of the year,
and then, beginning now, it
bursts forth with an amazing
white/lavender/purple show.
Its flowers actually change
color from purple to white as
they age.
Do you only have a small
balcony or porch to garden
with?
This is the perfect chance
to grow herbs. Plant some
parsley, basil, rosemary, and
sage in a nice pot and savor
the fresh flavors in your
holiday cooking. It's time to
relish our glorious winter
season.


Sightings
Continued from page 7

Hope Lutheran's 2nd
Annual Chili Cookoff Bar-
B-Q & Barndance will be
Dec. 4 at 1840 N.E. 41st St.,
Pompano Beach.The Barbe-
cue Chili Cook Off will run
from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. The
Barbecue will include BBQ
Chicken, Pulled Port, Corn,
Fried Potatoes, Cole Slaw &
Texas Toast. Entertainment
by Josh Noland during the
barbeque. Square Dance
Shindig will begin at 7 p.m.
with a professional caller.
Advanced tickets are avail-
able and encouraged. Call
954-942-2570.
"Trash To Treasures .
Yard Sale" will be Dec. 4
from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the
deHoernle Alzheimer's
Pavilion', 325 N.W. 2nd Ave.,
Deerfield Beach. There will
be housewares, furniture, attic
treasures, jewelry, clothing,
books, toys, baked goods,
door prizes and more. Pre-
sented by the Amethyst


Richard Leys elected to lead


Pompano Kiwanis club


By Paul Proia
PELICAN WRITER
Richard J. Leys was
installed as President of the
Kiwanis Club of Pompano
Beach for the 2004 2005
year on October 1st.
The Kiwanis club is an,
international organization
dedicated to "Serving the
Children of the World." The
internation organization has
been in existence since 1951.
Leys became a member in
2001 and was asked to take
over mid-summer, but offi-
cially took over the role last
month.
Leys is especially proud of
a Pompano Beach project that
has expanded to clubs around
the world. The "Every Child
a Swimmer" program, co-
sponsored by Broward
County, ensures that all
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"This Is Christmas" New
Covenant Church's annual
Christmas presentation will
take place Dec. 4 and Dec. 5
at 8 p.m. in the church
sanctuary, 3311 N. Andrews
Ave., Ext., Pompano Beach.
This presentation is free, Call
954-781-3170.
"Celebrate Christmas"
A live drive-thru nativity with
scenes showing the life of
Christ and the joy of the
holiday season will be at
Pompano Beach Church Of
The Nazarene, 916 N.E. 4th
St., Pompano Beach on Dec. 5
to 7 from 7 to 9 p.m. Call
954-942-6010.
Used Book Sale and
Jewish Book Fair sponsored
by Temple Sholom's Reli-
gious School will be Dec. 12
from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. (Rain
or Shine) at the temple
located at 132 S.E. 11th Ave.,
Pompano Beach. Call 954-
942-6410.

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Okeechobee

This month, Department
of Environmental Protection
(DEP) Secretary Colleen M.
Castille cut the ribbon to
open 62 paved miles of the
110 mile Lake Okeechobee
Scenic Trail at the
Okeechobee Beach
Trailhead.
Secretary Castille was
joined by Department of
Transportation, U.S. Army
Corps of Engineers, Florida
Trails Association and other
local officials to promote
outdoor recreation and the
importance of preserving
greenspace in Florida.


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from 9 a.m. to noon on
Sunday, Dec. 5.
Participants will help
maintain the park's mountain
bike trails. Registration will
be accepted the day of the
event.
The park reminds the
public that the mountain bike
trails are totally created and
maintained by volunteers.
Participants should be ready
to get a little dirty and should
bring their own drinking
water.
For further information,
call the park at 954-360-
1315.
The park's regular week-
end and holiday gate en-
trance fee of $1/person
(children 5 and under free)
will be in effect.


LHP fire fighters collecting toys for local


children at station and local events


By Paul Prioa
PELICAN WRITER
For more than fifteen
years, the Lighthouse Point
Fire Department has come
to the rescue to provide toys
for disadvantaged children.
Started by Firefighter Mike
Sullivan, the Fire Depart-
ment collects new and
slightly used toys and


donates them to area
churches that support these
programs.
The original program
came about because two
churches in Fort Lauderdale
needed additional support,
and the Toys For Tots
program, run by the U.S.
Marines, looked for help.
Now, the toy drive supplies
more than 500 toys to


children from infants to
teens.
In addition to work by
the firefighters, a number of
local organizations assist in
providing toys, including
Lighthouse A'Glow, local
parenting clubs, and the
Lighthouse Point Library.
The Library helps out through
its "Toys for Fines" program,
where the library forgives


overdue book fines if the
patron donates a toy instead.
The Fire Department's
"Holiday Toy Drive" starts on
Thanksgiving Day and lasts
until Dec. 20.
Residents are encouraged
to drop off new and un-
wrapped toys at the fire
station, 3740 NE 22 Ave. For
more information, call 954-
941-2624.


By Paul Proia
PELICAN WRITER
Though the process
started more than three years
ago and the city has already
spent hundreds of thousands
of dollars on the project,
Pompano Beach Mayor John
Rayson wants to see a new
project that upgrades the
baseball facility at Pompano
Beach's Municipal Stadium
so it could attract either a


minor league team in the
Florida State League or
become the spring training
facility of a Major League
Baseball team.
"I remember when Pom-
pano Beach had the Miracles
playing here, and when
Municipal Stadium was the
home for the Texas Rangers
when they had their spring
training. Wouldn't it be great
if they would come back?"
Rayson asked members of the


Pompano Beach Civic Asso-
ciation on Nov. 19.
Rayson added that he
understood there were plans
to demolish the old building
and replace it with a multiple
use facility that could
accommodate football and
soccer.
"Rather than tear down the
asset, let's reinvest in it.
Modernize the facility. Like
the movie [Field of Dreams]
said, 'If you build it they will


come,'" Rayson added.
Municipal Stadium has
been in need of an upgrade for
some time and in March,
2002, the City Commission
approved Robert Walters
Architects to begin the design
of new park facilities. The
city also approved a master
plan for the project that
Robert Walters helped create

Continued on page 18


Winter season at Pompano Park packed


with dining, racing, poker and more


By Steve Wolf
POMPANO PARK
With wintertime upon us,
and the tourist season in full
swing, Pompano Park
Racing & Poker has an-
nounced its special promo-
tions and events for the
month of December with
plenty in store for everyone
in the community.
Starting in December, the
track will be open for live
racing and poker four nights
a week, Monday, Wednes-
day, Friday and Saturday,
with first race post time at
7:25 p.m. and the poker
room open from noon to


midnight with tournaments
daily.
The racetrack's excellent
Top of the Park Restaurant
opens for the season on
Wednesday, Dec. 1 with fine
dining and a six-floor view of
Pompano Beach. The restau-
rant has a new menu with
some exciting special dishes
and many old favorites. For
reservations call 954-972-
2000.
On Saturday, Dec. 4,
everyone age 18 and older,
who comes to track will get a
free Daily Double ticket!
Patrons must arrive between 6
and 7:20 p.m. and patrons will
get one free Daily Double


ticket voucher that must be
used before the first race goes
off at 7:25 p.m.
Sunday morning, Dec.5,
motorcycle fans will want to
be at Pompano Park to watch
and participate in the start of
the 17th annual Toys In The
Sun Fun Run with the
world's longest motorcycle
parade. More thmn 30,000
bikes are expected to partici-
pate as Broward Sheriff Ken
Jenne will lead the 26-mile
parade from Pompano Park to
Markham Park, along with
Steven Tyler from Aerosmith,
Richie Sambora from Bon
Jovi and Vince Neil from
Motley Crue are this year's


Grand Marshals!
The first Free Spaghetti
Dinner Night of the season
takes place on Monday, Dec.
6 when everyone who buys
that Monday's Pompano Park
race program will get a
coupon good for a free
spaghetti dinner (salad, rolls
& butter and a heaping plate
of pasta with marinara sauce)
at the 4th floor Player's
Room.
Majic radio station 102.7
FM will have a live broadcast
trackside Friday, Dec. 10
from 7 p.m. to midnight with
DJ Vance Phillips playing

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Islamic Center of Pompano Beach


By Margaret McDougald
Shadoin
SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN
Local history writer,
lecturer, and preservationist,
Bud Garner, met recently
with Imam Hasan Sabri of
the Islamic Center of Pom-
pano Beach to share with
him the historic significance
of the 1926 office of the
city's first permanent doctor,
George S. McClellan, M.D.
This small, odd-shaped,
pink building, located at the
intersection of Northeast
First Avenue and Second
Street in the historic down-
town district of "Old Pom-
pano," is now owned by the
Islamic Center of Pompano
Beach. Also under the same
ownership is the former
McClellan family home that
is adjacent to the office.
Dr. McClellan, affection-
ately known to locals as "Dr.
George," was born in Well-
born, Florida in 1890. He
received his medical degree
from Emory University in
Atlanta, and subsequently
served as a U.S. Army
doctor in France during
World War 1.
In 1921 he moved his
family, which consisted of
his wife Novice, son Ster-
ling, and daughter Novice, to
Pompano (not yet named
Pompano Beach). He began
his medical practice here and
continued until his death n
1958.
Two additional children
were born to the McClellan
family, William (Billy) and
Robert (Bobby). They
resided in their home next to
the office. Mrs. McClellan
served as her husband's
medical assistant.
The McClellan family


"Many people in this area
have no idea what this small
building represents, and are
amazed when told of its
history", said Garner, who
has been a resident of
Pompano Beach since 1927
and is a strong advocate for
historic preservation. He
further said, "There are
many stories to be written
about the little office and Dr.
McClellan. Right now this
historic gem is in need of
serious efforts to preserve
it."


Bud Garner explains to Imam Hasan
Sabri and his daughter Sarah the his-
toric importance of the 1926 office of
Pompano's first permanent medical
doctor, George S. McClellan


became prominent residents
of this area. Due to the
scarcity of doctors in north
Broward and south Palm
Beach Counties, Dr.
McClellan met the medical
needs of residents from Boca
Raton to Ft. Lauderdale. His
office was a popular place
where the compassionate,
diligent, and dignified doctor
cared for so many.
Imam Sabri said that he
was not aware of the historic
significance of the little
office, nor did he know that
the pioneer doctor and his
family had resided in the
house next door. Imam
Sabri further stated that he
believes the office should be
preserved, along with other
historic structures "so that
future generations will be
able to see how the people of
the past lived and coped with
life in earlier times."


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Parish of Pompano Beach is
signing up Arts & Crafts
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an official Winterfest holiday event


By Paul Proia
PELICAN WRITER
auderdale-By-The-Sea hopes to bring
a Norman Rockwell Christmas scene
to Commercial Boulevard when its
Christmas-By-The-Sea festival kicks off at 3
p.m. on Dec.4.
Hosted by both the Town of Lauderdale-By-
The-Sea and its Chamber of Commerce, the
Christmas Festival has expanded all along Com-
mercial Boulevard from the bridge to the ocean.
According to Executive Director Judy
Swaggerty, the city and chamber have pulled out
all stops to bring a northeastern winter to Lauder-
dale-By-The-Sea.
"All of the shops are having sidewalk sales.
We're having carolers and choirs and bands along
Commercial, and we've expanded from three
Snow machines to thirteen scattered over the area
so that there will be snow on the ground over a lot
of the area."
Chamber of Commerce President William A.






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festival from the ocean out toward the To
bridge, it will be a great promotion for
all of the businesses along Commercial AM
Boulevard.
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our businesses as well as promoting
the town as a whole. We have mer- SATU
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and a real sense of purpose to putting
on a grand show." Wt.
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been known for having a fine beach, sNOW!
and we want people to know we have c,
fine stores, too." pa
Another way the merchants will
benefit is through hay rides that will
take visitors from all along the
festival's path.
This year's festival earned recogni- -
tion as an official Winterfest event,
which means it receives additional.
advertising through area programs
designed to promote the different
winter functions and features of the ,., -,
South Florida entertainment scene.
Mayor Oliver Parker made a pitch "
to the Winterfest board and was FoR
successful in promoting his city and
the event.
Area merchants contributed to the city's
official Christmas Tree which will reside at the
heart of Pelican Square. At sundown, the Mayor
will officially light the 35' tree. Santa Claus will
visit, collecting toy requests and posing for
pictures with area children.


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music, enjoy the downtown, do their holiday
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By Joseph Pittelli

FooD WRITER
Good evening everyone!
It's a beautiful Tuesday night
in South Florida and I'm off to
review another Italian restau-
rant-or so I thought. When I
walked into Tedesco's New
York Style Restaurant and
Pizzeria I felt like I stepped
back in time. It made me feel
like I was a kid back in
Brooklyn on Avenue "L" with
my dad. Ya know, one of
those small, quaint ten table
pizzerias.
The first thing I saw was a
large pepperoni with a fat
crust on a thin 18" pie. I could
almost hear my dad say,
'Come on Joe, tell the man
what you want.' But I was
mistaken-it was Janel intro-
ducing me to the owner and
chef, Albert.
Even after the introduc-
tions I still had that funny
feeling like I was back home.
The aroma coming from
the kitchen was driving me
crazy. We got there early and
sat where we wanted, but in
ten minutes the place was
packed.
Oh, before I get into my
meal, Tedesco's is located at
218 E. Commercial Blvd in
Lauderdale-By-The-Sea and is
open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
seven days a week.
O.K., we got that out of the
way.
Our server, Maggie,
brought us our beverages and
we explained to her that our
dinner was in her hands.
We were started off with a
mozzarella caprese with thick
slices of homemade mozza-


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roasted peppers drizzled with
basil oil and balsamic
vinaigrette. It was so good
that I was worried the best
had come out first, but I was
so wrong!
For another appetizer-
shrimp Portofino sauteed
with sun dried tomatoes,
artichokes and spinach. As
good as the caprese was, this
was better.
Now for the entrees.
Chicken Sinatra [pictured
above] for Janel, which was
topped with prosciutto,
roasted peppers, spinach,
mozzarella and marinara
sauce and I had the snapper
franchise with a side of penne
pasta and sauteed spinach.
These meals just blew me
away!
And their dessert, not to
be left out, was New York
Cheesecake and homemade
cannoli.
We were stuffed and the
whole evening left me
missing my old home. Then I
stopped and realized I can
come here to eat anytime and
have great food and relive
that feeling all over again.
Tedesco's is also available
for all types of catering. To
owner and chef, Albert and
his staff, my hat's off.
Till next time, ciao!


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1-inch cubes
1 cup chopped onion
5 cloves garlic, minced
1 cup Chianti, divided (may
substitute beef broth for wine)
1/2 cup beef broth
2 tablespoons chopped
fresh basil
I tablespoon chopped
fresh oregano
12 Blue Ribbon Orchard Choice
or Sun-Maid California
Calimyrna or Mission Figs
24 fresh sage leaves
Salt and freshly ground pepper
to taste
Hot cooked fettuccine or
linguine
Grated Pecorino cheese
Dip tomatoes into boiling water for 1
minute; remove and place in bowl of
ice water. Slip off skins and cut in
half. Squeeze to remove seeds and
chop tomatoes; set aside.
Heat oil in large pot; add beef. Cook,
stirring frequently, until browned on
all sides. Add onion and garlic and
cook 5 minutes more. Add tomatoes,
1/2 cup wine and broth to pot and
bring to boil. Reduce heat and
simmer, covered, 1 hour and 15
minutes. Remove from heat and press
meat with back of spoon to break
apart. Simmer, uncovered, until most
liquid has cooked off; stir in basil and
oregano.
Preheat oven to 4000F. While sauce is
cooking, cut stems off figs and cut in
half. Simmer in remaining wine 2
minutes. Let stand until wine has been
absorbed. Wrap each fig half in a sage
leaf and secure with toothpick. Place
in small baking dish with thin layer of
olive oil and-cook 4 to 5 minutes;
remove toothpicks.
To serve, spoon sauce over hot cooked
pasta and top each serving with fig
rolls. Serve with grated Pecorino
cheese. Makes 4 to 6 servings.
Serve with: Castello di Gabbiano
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Pan-Fried Game Hens With Figs
and New Potatoes
1/4 cup extra virgin olive oil
Salt and freshly ground pepper
Flour for dredging
2 Cornish game hens, split in half
1 1/2 cups chicken broth
3/4 cup Pinot Grigio (may
substitute chicken broth
for wine)
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or Sun-Maid California
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12 tiny red potatoes, halved
1 to 2 tablespoons chopped
fresh rosemary
Heat olive oil in large skillet over
medium-high heat. Sprinkle game
hens liberally with salt and pepper
and coat well with flour. Place in
skillet, skin side down, and cook 5
to 10 minutes-or until skin is golden
brown.
Turn skin side up and pour broth
and wine into skillet. Tuck figs and
potatoes into skillet, making sure to
cover with liquid. Cover skillet'
loosely and reduce heat to medium
low. Cook 10 minutes; remove
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this point. Season to taste with
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fresh rosemary. Makes 4 servings.
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Pudding
1/2 pound rustic Italian bread,
cut into 3/4-inch cubes
2 1/2 cups milk
1 cup Blue Ribbon Orchard Choice
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Calimyrna or Mission Figs
1/3 cup Chianti (may substitute
orange juice for wine)
2 eggs
1/2 cup sugar
2 tablespoons butter, softened
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Cinnamon
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cubes and milk in medium bowl; let
stand 15 minutes, stirring once or
twice. Remove stems from figs and
coarsely chop.
Bring wine to boil in small
saucepan. Add figs and simmer 2
minutes or until wine has been
absorbed; set aside. Beat eggs with
sugar and stir in bread cubes and
soaked figs. Spread butter onto
bottom and sides of 2-quart
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into dish and bake 45 to 50 minutes
or until knife inserted into center
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By Paul Proia
PELICAN WRITER
Children and families are
at the center of Chanukah
functions at Temple Shalom
in Pompano Beach.
This year, children will
be conducting the traditional
service on Friday night,
Dec. 10 at 6:30 p.m. Ac-
cording to Education Direc-
tor, Bruce Klasner, getting
kids more involved is a
theme for the season.
"We're trying to incorporate
more family type services.
In fact, for the next two
services, we're going to
have the families cook
dinner in order to get the full
flavor of what the Sabbath is
supposed to be."
Chanukah begins at


sundown on December 7th
and lasts through the 14th.
The celebration lasts
eight days to honor the great
miracle of the oils, in which
Macabbean returned to the
Holy Temple of Jerusalem
and, while looking for
kosher oil to light candles
for prayers, found a small
flask of oil.
The oil, which was
barely enough to last one
day, actually lasted for eight
full days.
Klasner says another way
the synogogue remembers
the miracle of the oil is
through the frying of potato
latkes and jelly donuts in
kosher oil.
One unique event taking
place during the service on


Friday night will be children
presenting a small play
entitled "The Sabbath On
Trial."
Klasner says the Sabbath
day is put on trial to see
whether people should
continue to keep the day
holy as God commanded, or
whether people should use
the day for personal reasons.
"We want to teach people to
keep the day holy because
when you do, you reaffirm
your values as well as your
faith", says Klasner.
Klasner believes that
having the kids participate
more gives them an under-
standing of celebrating the
freedom to practice their
faith and express that faith
within the community.


Sightings
Continued from page 12

Northeast Focal Point
Thrift Shop is in need of a
volunteer with experience in
advertising to assist with
press releases and data entry.
Please call 954-480-4447.
Northeast Focal Point
Adult Day Care Center is in
need of volunteers to polish
and buff participant's nails
and assist with recreation
activities and lunches. Call
954-480-4447.
TODAY
"Food And Wine Tast-
ing" every Saturday from
2:30 to 7 p.m. at Colombo's
Market, 4490 N. Federal
Hwy., Lighthouse Point.
Free Admission. Call 954-
786-0252.
The Salvation Army Car
& Boat Auction takes place
the first Saturday of each
month at 1901 W. Broward
Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale.
Inspection 8 a.m. Auction 9
a.m. Call 954-463-3725.


Chronic Fatigue/ Good
Times Social Group meets
the first Saturday of each
month from 1 to 2:30 p.m. at
the Olive Garden Restaurant,
Ft. Lauderdale. Call 954-974-
6280 or 954-473-4350.
ALANON Saturday
mornings in the Fellowship
Hall of Unity Church. Begin-
ners meet at 9:30 a.m. Regular
meeting at 10 a.m. Call 954-
491-1915.
Parents Without Partners
Gold Coast Chapter #248
sponsors a Singles Dance
every Saturday night at 9 p.m.
at the Pompano Beach Power
Squadron Building. Call 954-
788-2672.
The American Legion
Post 142 Bingo takes place
most Saturdays at the Post at 7
p.m. The kitchen is open from
4:45 p.m. to 7 p.m. Call 954-
942-2448.
SUNDAY NOV. 28
Beginner Sign Language
Class is offered every Sunday
at 8:30 a.m. at St. Martin's
Episcopal Church, Pompano
Beach. Call 954-941-4843.


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950 S. Cypress Road, Pompano Beach (954) 942-5330
John Vaughn, Pastor Ian Ramsay, Worship Leader
Sunday Worship:
9:00 AM (Hispanic) 11:00 AM (English)
9:00 AM Sunday School (Anglo/Hispanic)
9:30 AM Adult Bible Class
Wednesday: 7:00 PM Prayer & Praise Service


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stBaptist ChuchTraditional at 11 am
~Bible Fellowship Groups
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138 NE 1 St. 9:30 & 11 am
Pompano Beach, FL 33060
954-745-6100 "Reaching and Nurturing
www.fbcpompano.org All People for Christ."


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ST. COLEMAN
Roman Catholic Church
1200 S. Federal Hwy.
Pompano Beach
Saturday Evening Vigil:
4:30 pm 6:00 pm
Sunday Mass Schedule:
7:30am 9:00 am 11:00 am
12:30 pm 6:00 pm
Weekdays: 7:00 am 8:00 am
Saturday: 8:00 am
954-42-3533


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th Avenue Pompano Beach
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and in all people. Knowing and accepting this, we embrace people of every race, every color, every creed, and every
lifestyle, knowing that there are many paths to GOD, many names for GOD, many faces of GOD, but only one God;
and this GOD is expressing through all creation in many. many wavs. We come together to experience and express


the Christ Spirit that dwells within each of us.


4t ST. ELIZABETH OF HUNGRY
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH
3331 N.E. 10th Terrace Pompano Beach
954-941-8117

Saturday Evening Vigil: 4:30 pm 6:00 pm (Spanish)
Sunday Mass Schedule: 7:30 am 9:00 am 10:30 am 12 Noon
Weekdays: 8:00 am 5:30 pm


Unitarian Universalist Church

of Fort Lauderdale
Open Open
Hearts Minds
A Center for Liberal Religious Values
and Social Action in Fort Lauderdale
Services & RE classes Sunday at I1:00am
3970 NW 21st Avenue, Fort Lauderdale
(954) 484-6734 www.uuflorida.orE



2190 S. E. Sixth St. in Pompano Beach
(6 Blocks So. of Atlantic 1/2 BIk. E. of Federal Hwy.)
Sunday Bible Study 9 a.m. / Worship 10 a.m. & 6 p.m.
Wednesday Bible Study 7 p.m. Frank Berry, Minister
Church (954) 941-3709 Res. (954) 776-7504
Practicing New Testament Christianity in Today s H'orld


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SUNDAY WORSHIP 8:15 A.M. & 10:45 A.M.
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:15 A.M
SUN. REAL TIME PRAISE & WORSHIP 9:30 A.M.
Nursery Available
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Eucharist 8:00 am & 10:30 am
to St. C S Children's Programs 10:30 am
piscopalCh h Adult Ed 9:30
Thursday:
Office Hours: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Eucha & Heng Serce 10 am
Thrift Shop Hours: Thurs. 10-2pm Followed By B. Stud
Sat. 10-1pm Sun. 12-1pm Foowed y dy
1111 E. Sample Rd., Pompano Beach, FL 33064 954-942-5887


Beth Hllel ,T
Messianic
Synagogue i
Proclaiming Yeshua as Messiah
Shabbat Services Friday 7:30PM
Bible Study Tuesday 7:30PM
Torah Service Saturday 11AM
3801 Crystal Lake Dr.
Pompano Beach., Florida 33064
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SChurch of the Nazarene
Sunday SchooL: 9:30 anm.
Sunday Woship: 10:30 am.
Sunday Eiening: 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Bible Study: 7:00 p.m.
Bible Based
Christ Centered
Spirit Filled
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Sightings

Continued from page 17

Sunday Bingo at the Elks
Lodge #1898, 700 N.E. 10th
St., Pompano Beach. Doors
open every Sunday at 4 p.m.
and games start at 6 p.m.
Open to the public. Call 954-
725-5192.
MONDAY NOV. 29
Water Color Painting
Classes are offered Monday
mornings from 9:30 a.m. to
noon at Wordens Arts &
Crafts. Call 954-941-0326.
AA Meeting every Mon-
day at 8:30 p.m. in the
sanctuary of Unity Church.
Call 954-943-3715.
Stretching/Yoga Lite is
offered every Monday from
3:30 to 4:30 p.m. at N.E.
Focal Point Senior Center,
Deerfield Beach. Call 954-
480-4446.
Food Addicts Anony-
mous meets every Monday at
7 p.m. in the chapel of Unity
Church. Call 954-943-3715.
Pompano Beach Lions
Club meets every Monday at
6:30 p.m. at The Flaming Pit.
Call 954-781-7675.
Bereavement Support
Group meets every Monday
at 10 a.m. at N.E. Focal Point
Alzheimer's Day Care Center.
Call 954-480-4460.
Men's Bridge Club plays
Monday and Wednesdays at
12:30 p.m. at the Pompano
Beach Civic Center. Call 954-
782-7720.
Pinochle Games take
place Mondays at 6:30 p.m. at-
the Emma Lou Olson Civic
Center. Call 954-786-9673.
The Pompano Beach
Toastmasters Club #3003
meets every Monday at 7 p.m.
at the John Knox Village
Community Center. Call 954-
946-8733.
ALATEEN support group
meets at 7 p.m. Monday at
First Presbyterian Church of
Pompano Beach. Call 954-
491-1915.
Beginner Computer
Lessons for Seniors are
offered weekdays between 9
a.m. and 4 p.m. at N.E. Focal
Point Senior Center, Deerfield
Beach. Call 954-480-4447.

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Stadium

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for a major league baseball
sized diamond, a multiple
use football/soccer field, and
two other fields at least one
of which would have a clay
infield to support youth
baseball programs. The
project also includes up-
grades to the neighboring
community park.


Clerical goof corrected,

LHP parks now official
By Paul Proia
PELICAN WRITER

Lighthouse Point City Commissioners unanimously
approved ordinances that rezoned the properties of Dan
Witt Park, Frank McDonough Park, and DeGroff Park
as Recreation and Open Space Districts. Prior to this,
Dan Witt and Frank McDonough Parks were zoned for
residential use, while DeGroff Park did not have-a
formal zoning assignment.
City Attorney Michael Cirullo said that city staffers
discovered the zoning issues when performing a review
of the city's comprehensive plan. The zoning changes
for three plots were presented before the city's Planning
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grants to help fund the
project. Tracey says that one
section of the new 2005 -
2009 CIP shows the project
would cost $3.2 million to
build, but the project sum-
mary suggests it might be
closer to $5.9 million.
To do what Rayson wants
would cost considerably
more. Roger Dean Stadium in
Jupiter opened in 1998 and
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home for both the St. Louis
Cardinals and the Florida
Marlins. Once spring training
concludes, it is the home
stadium for two minor league
baseball teams.
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the host facility for a variety
of baseball camps. When


completed more than six years
ago, it cost $28 million.
Tracey acknowledges that
the facility needs an upgrade.
"The field is in beautiful
shape," says Tracey, "but the
amenities are in need of a
facelift." Rayson says he
became acutely aware of the
stadium's problems when
attending a Democratic rally
for Vice-Presidential candi-
date John Edwards. "The
facility was in disrepair," said
Rayson. The urinals stink; the
paint is chipping."
Rayson suggested that the
city could consider revising
the plan. "I'd want to see a
full-scale multiple use sta-
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sports baseball, football, and
soccer." The Mayor added,
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ALANON Step Meetings
are held on Mondays at St.
Nicholas Episcopal Church at
10 a.m. Call 954-942-5887.
Free Thinkers AA Group
meets every Monday at 7 p.m.
in the northside classroom of
Unity Church. Call 954-943-
3715.
Bingo games with cash
prizes, sponsored by the City
of Lighthouse Point Parks and
Recreation Department, begin
at 12:30 p.m. every Monday
at Dixon Ahl Recreation. Call
954-784-3439.
TUESDAY NOV. 30
Estate Planning Seminar/
Luncheon hosted by Edward
Jones will be Nov. 30 at the


Fifth Avenue Grill. Call 954-
783-6694 for reserved seating.
Learn To Dive. Scuba
Diving Classes are offered by
The Pompano Park District.
Classes begin the first Tues-
day of each month and are
Tuesday and Thursday from 6
to 10 p.m. for three consecu-
tive weeks. Registration 10
days in advance required. Call
954-786-4111 or 954-786-
4128.
Promise Choir, for
children grades 1 through 8,
meets every Tuesday at 3 p.m.
at First United Methodist
Church, Pompano Beach. Call
954-943-0404.
Chime Time Choir, for
children grades 1 through 8,
meets every Tuesday at 4:15
p.m. at First United Methodist
Church, Pompano Beach. Call


954-943-0404.
Intermediate Bridge
Lessons every Tuesday from
9:15 to 11:45 a.m. at Pom-
pano Beach Duplicate Bridge
Club. Call 954-943-1733.
Recycling and Solid
Waste Committee meets the
second Monday of each
month at 3 p.m. at the Emma
Lou Olson Civic Center. Call
954-545-7011.
Bingo every Tuesday at 7
p.m. at the American Legion
Auxiliary Unit 142 in Pom-
pano Beach. Kitchen open
5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Open
to the public. Call 954-942-
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Round Robin Tennis
every Tuesday and Thursday
at 3 p.m. at Silver Thatch
Tennis Club. Call 954-784-
9428.


Bingo every Tuesday at St.
Martin's Episcopal Church.
Doors open at 11 a.m. and
Bingo begins at noon. Call
954-941-4843.
Support Group for the
Separated, Divorced and
Widowed meets every
Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at St.
Ambrose Catholic Church,
Deerfield Beach. Call 954-
972-7199.
Ballroom Dance Lessons
are offered every Tuesday at
1:30 p.m. at the Pompano
Beach Civic Center. Call
954-786-4111.
Broward Mensa meets
the first and third Tuesday of
each month at Bennigans, 665
N.W. 62nd St. (Cypress Creek
Rd.) at 7 p.m. Prospective and
former members are welcome.


Call 954-917-2767 or 954-
946-7340.
Pompano Communica-
tors Toastmasters meet
every Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. in
the auditorium of the Pom-
pano Beach Library. Call
954-781-9474.
Free Epilepsy Support
Group for teenagers meets
Tuesday at 4 p.m. at The
Epilepsy Services of Bro-
ward. Pizza and refreshments
are served. Call 954-779-
1509.
Forever Young Social
Dance Group dances to
tunes provided by Disc
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Tuesday from 1 to 4 p.m. at
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your requests and fans can
also get a free pull on the
Majic Slot Machine to win
prizes.
Saturday, Dec. 11 is the
$350,000 Florida Breeders
Stakes Finals with the top
state-bred two and three-year-
old trotters and pacers on the
racetrack. It's also Toys For
Tots Night and patrons who
bring in a new, unwrapped toy
or make a $5 donation will get
a free entry coupon for prize
drawings throughout the
night.
Prizes include round-trip
tickets to anywhere Spirit
Airlines flies, hotel stays, golf
packages, a Goodyear Blimp
ride and much more!
For Friday and Saturday,
Dec. 17 and 18, some of the
best harness drivers in North
America will be at Pompano


Leys
Continued from page 10
elementary-aged children learn
and know how to swim. "With
all the waterways we have in
this area, it's really important to
help save the lives of children
by making sure they know how
to swim."
More recently, the Kiwanis
sponsored a child through
Operation Brave Kids, started
by Lighthouse Point resident
John Ghee. The program
provides support for children
whose parents who were called


Park to compete in a two-
night All Star Driving Chal-
lenge. There will be auto-
graph sessions each night
before the first race when fans
can meet top drivers.
Pompano Park will be
closed on both Christmas Eve
and Christmas Day December
24 & 25.
On New Year's Eve,
Friday, Dec.31, Pompano
Park hosts the world's only
Midnight Mile Race starting
at 11:59p.m.
The Top Of the Park
Restaurant features a special
dinner menu that includes
champagne, party favors and
live music all evening.
After midnight there is a
free party for everyone in the
Niatross Room on the 6th
floor with free snacks and live
music.
Pompano Park will also be
open for racing and poker on
New Year's Day, January 1,
2005.


up to serve in the National
Guard in the months following
September 11th, 2001.
"We take part in the
Yuletide Parade and provide
donations that purchase bikes
for underprivileged kids. We'll
have a boat in the Pompano
Beach Boat Parade to promote
the awareness of Kiwanis Club.
Each Easter, we have an easter
sunrise service at Atlantic and
A1A, with money going to St.
Laurence Chapel. Last year,
we collected more than $2500
to provide food to the home-
less."


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only between 6:00 PM and 7:20 PM! One ticket

per person age 18 and older.

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Free Daily Double Ticket Giveaway Dec. 4
Free Spaghetti Dinner Night Dec. 6
Live 102.7 FM Broadcast Here Dec. 10
$300,000 Breeders Stakes Finals Dec. 11
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954-429-2780 or954-295-4531.
-12/4
ROUTINE HOUSE CLEANING.
$50 for 3 1/2 hours.
Experienced. References
available. Call Sylvia at 954-
421-6325 -11/27


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Excellent Working Conditions.
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PREP COOK AND SERVER.
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954-783-2108 -11/27


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ANC DEVELOPMENT CORP.
Looking For Handyman.
Excellent Job Opportunity. Tile
Layer, Light Plumbing, Light
Electrical. Local. Call Emily at
954-781-7555 12/18
OFFICE MANAGER/
BOOKKEEPER Needed For
Small Office in Pompano Beach.
Must Have Excellent Phone,
Organizational and Computer
Skills. Call 954-956-8999 11/
27
LIKE TO COOK? We're hiring
experienced kitchen help. Come
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BAKER WANTED. Kndoledge
in FrenchIS d European
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McNab Road, Pompano Beach
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Excellent Advancement
Opportunities. Call 954-580-
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LAWYER? ALL Accident & Injury
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HOME HEALTH AIDE Seeks
Employment To Care For Elderly. P/T
- F/I. 10 Years Experience. Excellent
References. Call Yvonne 954-739-
9540 or 954-394-0074 12/4
COMPANION/DRIVER Available Part-
Time. Please Call 954-781-1162 And
Leave Message -12/18

LESSONS
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www.teachmegolf.biz 11/27
ART CLASSES Still life, landscape


BOOKKEEPING

SERVICE ........


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SIMPLE TAXES

PERSONAL CHECKBOOK BALANCING

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Delivery


drawing and painting. For further
information call Nancy at 954-943-
1673- NG 1/31/05
COMPUTER HELP Beginners,
Seniors, Groups, Snowbirds, Start-up,
E-mail, Internet, E-bay, On-line Stock
Trading, Unlimited free phone support.
Jim 954-946-2999 -12/04

Classifieds
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FOR SALE
CUSTOM STONE WALL UNIT-$399.
Bar, Stone and Marble Fire Places,


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FLYERS

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$15/hr.


Bedroom Tables, Dining Room Sets,
Dinette Sets, Curios, Bar Stools. Save
$$$. Call 954-717-8659. -11/27
NORDIC TRACK EYP10001 Folding
Treadmill. $350. Like New. Call 954-
943-5718 -11/27
1991 GRADY WHITE. 19' With 1999
Yamaha 130 HP. Great Condition.
Terrific Buy. $8,000. Call 954-781-7458
-11/27
TWIN BED Frame, mattress, Box
Springs, Excellent Condition. Call 954-
782-7797. 11/27
CEMETERY PLOT In Forest Lawn
Memorial Gardens South, 499 N.W.
27th Ave., Ft. Lauderdlae. Located In
The Garden of Gethsemane Section.
Asking $1,000. Call 954-973-9205 *
11/27
TIME SHARE IN CANCUN, MEXICO -
Week 40. Beautiful 2/2 Penthouse
Located In Royal Islander Resort Over
Looking Caribbean and Luxurious Pool
Area. Great Locationr. 15 Minutes From
Airport and Downtown. Shopping, Night
Life and Dining Minutes Away. $20,000.
Call 954-973-9205 or Email
J DU@Bellsouth.net -11/27


AUTO FOR SALE
Mercedes 1975 Diesel. $800 or best
offer. Runs O.K. Call 954-782-3543-
11/27

Automotive
AAA Rated Donation. DONATE YOUR
CAR, Boat or Real Estate. IRS Tax
Deductible Free Pick-Up/ Tow Any
Model/Condition. Help Underprivileged
Children (800)598-9211
Outreachcenter.org.

GARAGE SALES
HUGE SALE. Household Items. Nov.
27 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 949 S.W.
3rd Ave., Pompano Beach 11/27
Household Articles, Misc. Items,
Appliances, Cabinets. Nov. 28, Dec. 3,
Dec. 4, Dec. 5 from 9 a.m. to noon at
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Sears
Lowe's (coming soon)
Belt Mania
Diamond Rocks Jewelers
Dollar Store Plus
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Eda Naz
Fast Fix Jewelry Repairs
Garden Gate at Sears
General Nutrition Center
JC Penney Salon
Just Shea Bath Shoppe
Lenscrafters.
Metro PCS
Midtown Clothing Co
NY Fashion
Network Research..


OJO's Coffee & Dreams
Perfume Collection 6
Perfumesmart
Photo T-Shirt Depot
Rack Room Shoes
Ragtop
Rainbow
Reflections Hallmark
Regional Construction
Ross Dress For Less
Salad Chef
Scentsual Desires
Sears Automotive
Sears Optical
Shear Excitement
SHYS Multi TV Games
Shoes for Less
Subway
WOW Products


Mall Hours: 10am to 9pm Sears 9am to 9pm
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* Microderm Abrasion $50
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